Last week I worked for the Yosemite conservancy again. This is my third year in a row and I enjoy spending time in this magnificent place and paint. I taught for four hours every day, helping fellow painters. I do not get paid for it, it’s a way to give back to the community and I gladly do it.
Once again I spent time at the stables and sketched horses. Yosemite is a peaceful place and I love sitting in a remote location, paint and re-charge my batteries, so to speak.
This year we had sun, clouds, rain, snow flurries and temperatures between 31 and 80 degrees (0 – 25 C) I enjoyed every minute of it!
These are so lovely–you make painting in cold wet weather look so appealing! ACK.
ha! It just sounds good when you write about it later! thanks, Cathy!
Your paintings always have that beautiful allure of the outdoors to them, Frank. I like that you do this giving back. Speaks volumes.
thank you, friend!
Is that Archer the Bichon-Poodle?
who is this?